Breast Cancer: Detecting It Early And What To Do About It

According to recent studies, the average American woman has about a 12% chance of developing breast cancer in her lifetime. That's a frightening thought, especially when approximately 85% of those who develop breast cancer have no family history of cancer. Thankfully, this doesn't have to be a death sentence, and it doesn't have to be scary so long as you do all you can to detect it as early as possible. Read More 

Autologous Tears For Chronic Dry Eye: What You Should Know

When you suffer from chronic dry eyes, you may wonder what treatments are available for your eye care. After all, the inability to produce the tears and fluids necessary to lubricate the eyes can be an incredibly frustrating and uncomfortable condition. Eye doctors are constantly working to develop new and effective treatments for such conditions. Among these are autologous tears that lubricate dry eyes, alleviating discomfort and reducing your risk of developing eye infections. Read More 

3 Tips For Managing Gestational Diabetes

When you're pregnant, your doctor will recommend that you take a number of different tests to ensure that you are healthy and that the baby is developing normally. Many of them are blood tests, but the test for gestational diabetes will probably stand out. That's because it's the test that requires you to drink a syrupy, sickly sweet drink and then wait around for an hour or more before you can have your blood drawn. Read More 

Major Signs Showing You Need Alcohol Rehabilitation

Even if you feel normal, you may have an alcohol addiction and not know it. Some people don't realize they have the addiction until someone else points it out for them. Most people think if they see someone going to the bar every night, they are an alcoholic. However, there are more serious signs to watch for than just that. Planning The Day Around Drinking If someone finds themselves making excuses to not go to a family barbecue, go out with friends at a certain time, or to other activities, to just sit home and drink, they more than likely have an addiction. Read More 

Understanding Your Liposuction Options

If you have areas of stubborn fat on your body that you just can't seem to get rid of, then you might be considering liposuction as a viable option. Specifically, liposuction is a cosmetic surgery that involves removing fat from targeted areas of the body using one of several possible procedures. If you're considering liposuction, the first thing you'll want to do is to meet with an experienced cosmetic surgeon to ensure that you're a viable candidate for the surgery and to determine which type of the following liposuction procedures is best for you. Read More